X-Men: Colossus: God's Country

X Men Colossus God s Country Face front Tovarisch for a spotlight on Marvel s steel skinned mutant the artistic X Man Colossus Head back to Mother Russia to discover the uncanny origins of Piotr Rasputin and his little sister

  • Title: X-Men: Colossus: God's Country
  • Author: Christopher Yost Chris Claremont Ann Nocenti Cully Hamner Trevor Hairsine John Bolton June Brigman Rick Leonardi
  • ISBN: 9780785195252
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • Face front, Tovarisch, for a spotlight on Marvel s steel skinned mutant, the artistic X Man Colossus Head back to Mother Russia to discover the uncanny origins of Piotr Rasputin and his little sister Illyana, then journey with him to America in classic tales looking back at his early days at Xavier s School As well as his formidable strength, these stories of tragedy andFace front, Tovarisch, for a spotlight on Marvel s steel skinned mutant, the artistic X Man Colossus Head back to Mother Russia to discover the uncanny origins of Piotr Rasputin and his little sister Illyana, then journey with him to America in classic tales looking back at his early days at Xavier s School As well as his formidable strength, these stories of tragedy and triumph showcase Colossus gentle soul, great heart and tremendous courage COLLECTING X MEN ORIGINS COLOSSUS MATERIAL FROM CLASSIC X MEN 5, 21, 29 MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS 1988 10 17 X MEN UNLIMITED 1993 29 X MEN UNLIMITED 2004 14

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    One thought on “X-Men: Colossus: God's Country”

    1. Nice run through on Colossus. Some details and stories I haven't seen before. But still somehow Piotr never quite becomes real. He's always just the simple Russian farm boy artist. Still, all the stories are readable and all but one had decent enough art. Some bits with a young Ilyana were nice to see, and a little scene with Logan but otherwise not a whole lot here other than flavoring.

    2. Colossus. At first look, you would think him a simple farm boy who happened to be a mutant. Far from it. Piotr Nikolievitch Rasputin was and is a highly complex character, a farmer with the soul of a poet forced by circumstance to become a superhero.These stories give depth to how Professor X learned about Peter to induct him into his second team of X-Men (or third depending on how you look at it), his romantic encounters with Anya Makarova in New York and with Nereel of the Fall People during t [...]

    3. (3.5)This is a compilation of colossus stories that aims to give you an origin story of sorts. Its sporadic in series because it only shows 3-4 stories over the past 30 odd years. It starts will a really good Chris Yost story when Colossus learns of his older brothers death and first changes to his organic metal skin. Then it transitions to some great Claremont classic x-men issues that deal with him confronting his feelings about being a mutant in America and a quick savage land story. After th [...]

    4. This is a mixed bag collection of Colossus stories. It starts off really strong. Chris Yost and Trevor Hairsine give Colossus a great origin story. Then we get some fantastic little stories from Colossus's early days in the X-Men from Chris Claremont, John Bolton, and June Brigman. Next is the titular story by Ann Nocenti and Rick Leonardi. It's utter crap. The whole thing is just nonstop preaching on the state of 80's politics. The characters are so stereotypical and unreal they ruin the story. [...]

    5. Do you miss classic '80's comics, when things could be bright, bombastic, and just a little ridiculous? Of course you do! This is an enjoyable sojourn into Piotr Rasputin's history as a broody, Russian hunk with a heart of gold and skin of organic steel. My favorite story? An interlude in the Savage Land that starts with a dinosaur fight and end with (view spoiler)[a threesome for our boy Pete. (hide spoiler)] It was the spirit of the times, I guess.

    6. Starts off with the new 52 style, great art and early childhood development of his mutant origins. So you get into it because Colossus is a badass. Then it just turns into super old comic story line with the bright coloring and idiotic sayings, for most of the thick volume. So not much new stuff to go on and they slide in old comic issues to bulk up the book. :/

    7. Interesting origins story but I felt as though Colossus could have been fleshed out a bit more. Oh well, it was a nice time-waster. I feel as though I may have enjoyed it more if Colossus was one of my favourites.

    8. the origin of Pietro. During the time in America when Russians were feared, Stan Lee created a hero from Russia with a large heart and impregnable skin.

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